Suhair Abdellatief Abdellatief, is a lecturer of Pharmacology, Zagazig University, was born in Zagazig, Sharkia, Egypt, in 1983. She received the B.Sc. degree in veterinary medicine from zagazig University, in 2005. She joined the Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University as a Demonstrator in 2006. In 2008, she got the M.Sc. degree and became an assistant lecturer of Pharmacology till 2012 when she received the PhD. degree and became a lecturer of Pharmacology. She is currently a lecturer of Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt. Dr. Suhair is a member in Scientific research developmental Association, The Egyptian Society of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, Pharmacology Association and the Arabic Association of Forensic and Clinical Toxicology. She has attended several continued education and technical workshops since, 2006. Also, she is a working member in the “Quality Assurance Unit" of the faculty since September 2006 is the coordinator of her department in the “Quality Assurance Unit" since January 2013 until now. In addition she has attended a number of conferences and workshops. Dr. Suhair has successfully attended most of the FLDP (Faculty and Leadership Development Project) training courses. Dr. Suhair has shared in the supervision of a number of master theses. She has published about 8 scientific papers, 6 of which were published in international journals. She is a reviewer in a number of international journals and a member of the editorial board in other international journals. Dr. Suhair has got the AWARD OF INTERNATIONAL PUPLICATION from Zagazig University on her paper entitled ''Ameliorative effect of flaxseed oil against thiacloprid-induced toxicity in rats: hematological, biochemical, and histopathological study''. Her main areas of research interest are the most recent developments in pharmacology.
Dr. Suhair Abdellatief Abdellatief research interests are pharmacology, toxicology, treatment using natural sources and the recent substitutes of traditional methods of treatment as stem cells, gene therapy and nanoparticles.